Monday, January 17, 2011

Cathie Black's Birth Control Insult

Pull Out Method : Before Cathie Black Can Take A Few Sensitivity Courses, She Should Pull Out That Foot-Long In Her Mouth.

Last week, New York City Schools Chancellor Cathie Black insulted school employees, parents, and their children, after she said that birth control would solve overcrowding in Lower Manhattan schools.

"Could we just have some birth control for a while?" Black is quoted as having said, according to The New York Daily News. "It would really help us."

The schools chancellor added insult to injury by making another insensitive comment about the movie, Sophie's Choice.

One of the major problems facing New York City is that building and planning officials, such City Planner Amanda Burden, have taken part in an orgy of over-development : so many zone-busting high-rise apartment and condominium towers have been built in New York City without regard to the city's underlying infrastructure, such as school capacity or the number of hospitals in Lower Manhattan.

After she's done with each of issuing apologies for her insults and taking sensitivity courses, let's see Ms. Black's proposal for the construction of schools in Lower Manhattan, to match Ms. Burden's vision for an over-crowded and over-built Manhattan, one stuffed with so many Subway sandwich shops that New York City has consequently become such a huge turn-off.

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